Brussels Airlines will launch flights to Armenia from March 31st next year, according to Business Traveller.
The new route will be served by an Airbus A320, flying from Brussels airport to the capital city Yerevan once a week, with a second flight to operate in July and August.
Between December and March, Brussels Airlines will launch charter flights between Brussels to Yerevan as part of a partnership with Belgian-Armenian tour operator Armwings.
The flights will depart from Brussels airport in the evening on Friday, with the summer service departing on Tuesday. The return flight will leave Yerevan’s Zvartnots airport on Saturday morning, with the summer service departing on Wednesday.
The schedule will allow connections to destinations in France, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Scandinavia, Spain, Italy, the UK, US and Canada. Bookings can be made from mid October.